2017 Donation Drive

The CHS Graduate Student Advisory Council is hosting a drive to benefit The Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend. Items needed: clothing, shoes, and blankets You can bring in your donated items now through December 1st. Drop off locations can be found in each department. Download Flyer

Protect Your Information

Learn how to protect Personally Identifiable Information including information classified as private or protected. This short video will demonstrate how to share documents containing private and or protected data. REMEMBER TO NEVER EMAIL someones private information without encryption (don’t know what that means? Watch the video).

FSU student entrepreneur helps empower girls in Ethiopia

Florida State University junior Jessica Bachansingh has dedicated herself to empowering girls globally by teaching them a marketable skill — sewing. Three years ago, Bachansingh founded Gifts for Confidence, a nonprofit organization that gives girls in Ethiopia the chance to learn how to sew infinity scarves. They are sold locally in Ethiopian communities and globally […]

GSAC Presentation Program (Travel Grant)

This program is designed to assist master’s thesis and doctoral students enhance their professional development by presenting their research at professional meetings both in the U.S. and internationally. Applications are accepted in the fall and spring semesters for presentations given July through December and January through June respectively. Please refer to the current year’s program […]

Careful of email scams

Don’t be fooled by malicious emails. As a member of the FSU community your chances of being targeted by criminals attempting to steal personal and institutional data increase greatly. FSU filters catch millions of sketchy emails but some still slip through the cracks, just remember to delete any emails that look questionable.

NFES graduate student gets world-class experience

The Australian Institute of Sport is recognized worldwide for developing elite athletes, largely due to their research and innovation in sports science. So when graduate student Sam Leyh received an opportunity to work with the distinguished AIS, her choice was clear. Leyh arrived at the Institute in mid-April, literally just weeks after learning she was offered […]